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Consortium Legal

DE LA IGLESIA LA RECOLECCION 1C., AL NORTE, 1/2C, AL OESTE, LEON, NICARAGUA

Consortium Legal is a firm committed to satisfying the need for legal services in the Central American region, displaying professional excellence, ethical values and efficiency. Consortium was born in 2005 with the goal of satisfying the needs for legal services of those who want to invest in Central America or outside the region.

The firm is the largest in the Central American legal market, and stands out for its excellence, innovation and integrity in the services provided to its clients. It has a team of lawyers made up of more than 200 professionals who, from ten offices strategically located in the five countries of the isthmus, provide services to the main companies and investors operating in the region, facilitating complex transactions and collaborating in the conduct of business in various economic sectors.

The firm maintains a permanent commitment to the satisfaction and well-being of its clients and collaborators, through excellence, integrity, dedication to service, communication, trust and teamwork.

Consortium is the only firm to have been recognized by three international legal directories based in London, England, as 'Central America Law Firm of the Year' for seven years by Chambers & Partners and five consecutive years by International Financial Law Review.

The team is made up of recognized specialists in the different practice areas, who stand out for their extensive experience, the quality of their services and their strong business vision.

The firm's practice areas include: banking and finance, tax law, real estate, international trade, environmental law, stock market, corporate law, labor law, public law, criminal law, regulatory compliance, litigation and arbitration, intellectual property, migratory law, regulated sector and insurance and reinsurance.

The firm specializes in the following sectors: public administration, automotive, private capital, food and drink, investment funds, infrastructure, life sciences, energy, real estate, financial and fintech, transportation, retail, and technology, media and telecommunications.

  • Partners
  • 11
  • Other fee-earners: 16
  • Total staff: 51

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